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VOLUME 4
WHEELING VA. FRIDAY MORNING, &OYEMBER *23, 1S55
NUMBER 77
IS PUBLISHED
DAILY, TRIWEEKLY AND WRRKLY, BY
BEATTY c$3 Co.
OFFICE?Corner cf Main and Quincy Streets
Entrance from Quincy-Sl.
TKIMI?.
Daily, per annum..." *5,1X1
or 10 cents i>cr week
Triweekly, per aunuui. 3,00
weekly " ? 1,00
HAT KM OF iiDVKUTIMIiVG.
THE UNDERSIGNED, publishers ol newspapers in
the city of Wheeling, lu view of the increased |>nce or pa
per, labor anil other expenses, rendering their expenses
far gieater than heretolo.e, Uo agiee to charge the follow
ns rates for advertising, and in no case wnatever to
charge ?e*s than the rates below; ten lines or less or non
pareil constituting a square:
For one square I insertion, ? t75
?4 4* ?? 2 14 i 00
?? l? ?t 3 ?? | q
'? ?? ?? 1 week ! milll 2!5o
M " 44 2 44 3,t0
44 ?? ?? 1 month 5,00
44 44 44 2 4* 6,15
44 44 44 3 44 8,00
44 " *? 6 44 l.>,00
?? 44 " "12 11 15,00
tCJ^For advertisements ol greater length, and less than
|of a column, inserted tor a longer time than two months,
a discount of 50 per cent, on the above will be made for
each square for the first three months, and Go percent,
thereafter.
For business or professional cards, | square or less,
pei $ 6,00
Fo: busil ess or pio'.essional cauls, one square, per
annum 10,0h
For one column (outside} one year 100,00
4 ball 11 4 4 44 4 4 60,00
4 t 14 " " 44 40,00
And 50 percent on the above for inside.
l?3~Personal communications charged at $1,00 per thou
sand ems.
OGfSpccial notices charged $20 per square, per annum,
for tirst square, and same rate ol discount theieon for a
greater number of squares as under the general head, and
10 ceius a lire lor single insertion.
Kusiuess advei tisements, with monthly change, one
.? 411a re 1 year 325,0?
Same with weekly change 30,00
Nuticcol dea.hs inserted gratuitously, but funeral
notice charged 50
Marriage notice charged 50
Nominations, charged for each candidate for a sepa
?ate otlice inserted lor 1 month or les*, in advance 2,00
Religious notices inserted for half pricj.
E R. BARTLESON,
JOHN T. RUSSELL,
BEATTY & Co.
BUSINESS CARDS.
LAWYERS
ISA 1 A IK 8T KUm,
A1TORNEY A T LA W.
SPECIAL attention given to collections in Ohio, Mar
si,all, Brooke and Handcock counties. Otlice South
west corner Main and Riddle sts. Cei'tre Wheeling. nia4
ALFRED 1'AI.UUUI.L,
m<j at I?nw and Solicitor in i'hauccry,
Office No. 247, Maiu street,
WjiKxiaifo, Va.
KVSSEl.I. &' FITZ1IVGKI,
Attorney* and CouuciellorM nl Lair,
Office No. &), Monroe Street.
Wiikimko, Va.
N. KICHAKJJSOJM,
ATTORNEY A C'OU.VSEI.I.OR AT LAW,
NO. 160, FOURTH STREET,
WUSELISG, VA.
DCSTW11.L attend*, o at! business eut 1 us'ed to him ill the
Interior and Superior Louus or Ohio and adjoining coun
ties. mh24:nl
GIBSON L. CRANMER,
Attorney at I?aw.
NOT A K V 1* V KLIC
FOR TllE CITY OK WllKEUXOy
CCS" And Commissioner tor the State or Ohio, to take
B'.kuowledgemeuts of Deeds, Depositions and other writ
lugs. aug26 !
E JACOB. J. II. PKXDLKTON. j
JACOB A* PE.VDI.ETOM,
Attorney* at l..air,
Office three doors north of the Court House,
WKKKLlNU , Va.
tarwill attend regularly the Courts of Marshall, Ohio,
Brooke, and Hancock counties, and the District Courts at
Fairmont and Parkersburg, ami such other Courts in the
vicinity of Wheeling as may be necessary.
C- K. Til AW r V. TlRSKlt,
Jackson C. H., Va. Parkersburg, Va.
Thaw & Turner,
A TTORNEYS A T I. A W.
Wl LLa.:end strictly to all business entrusted fo then.
If in the counties of Wood, Wirt, Jackson, Ritchie,
Giltnei and Pleasuuts.
IC^* Particular attention given to collections.
REFER TO
PHI LA DELPHI A? Hon. George Sharswood, Hon Joel
Jones, Hon. Ghs. Gilpin, Messrs. LeetV Walker.
BALTIMORE? Messrs. Ne*!e& Luckett,Messrs. Penn
Mirche'l.
WHEELING?Messrs. Z. S. iV J. J. Yarnall, Thomas
Johnston, Jr. oct20-ly
_ PHYSICIANS.
O
Dr. W. T. McMeehen,
FFICE?corner Centre and Sixth sticets,
iK-dlv WHEELING. VA.
ifl El)ll!itli.
f \R. D C. CRACRAFT tenders his professional ser
J.) vices to the citizens of South Wheeling and vicinity
OF-'ICE directly west of Keuett's Hotel. mr3d>m
Dr. M. Campbeil.
(LATt OFK11P.MO;.J'T, VA.)
OFFICE: Fourth St., adjoining the residence of Henry
II00 re.
now4 W heeling, Va
eTvarney
MANUFACTURER OF
CU1>I>RR, TI> ,V SUEKT IKON WARK
No.S. Maiu si., near the Creek Biidge.
WiiKUi.i!cn, Va
LAMBOllf. R. C. BONIIA3f. f. W. BAJMK1T
LAMBDIN, BONHAM, & CO.,
VIUGINIA, H II.M.I.MJ AND PUCK NIX
PAPLH MILLS,
WHEELING, VA.
Manufacture Printing iiid Wrapping Paper,Candle Papei,
Cotton Yarn I -per, Steam Uoat Paper,
Koiiuet Hoards. Fuller*' Hoards, Ac.
Lko N <t it O <C. rilK'Tril UltOUttR W. OLIFlIAJiT
L. E. FORSYTH &, Co.
(of LOUISVILLE,)
Forwarding (f- Commission Merchants
AND
prodccg bbok;ebs,
NO 47. PUIS 1.1 C* LANUNG,
CINCINNATI, O.
BEING theauthoiized lieielt agents for the Covington
tV Lexington Kailioad. pr.cds lot tint road will meet
tuoii'pt dit-palch it cousigr.ed to our add ess.
?.vr;3w I.. K. F. * Co.
MOUHNliNG GOODS.
JET black Silk*: bombazine* of Lupin's take;
Jet black muslin deLatnes,iu extra {inequality;
R 4 mourring Cashmeres;
Black and purple merino i>laids and stripes;
Klackand while chintzes; Kngti*h ci imped crapes;
do do Gin h:?msand chintzes;
Plain black Thibet, Square ai d L? ng Shawls;
do and eiubioidered collars, sleeves, aud
chemlzettes.
ocC4 ITKISKF.LT. A- Co.
Strobel & Bloch,
IVhoIrnnle Dealers in Wine* Sc Mquor*.
So. 177 Main Street, in the building formerly known an the
"Columbia Hcvj-e."
ap21-ly WHKELIXG, VA.
W. D. MOTTE & BRO.,
Drnlfr iu nil kiudxof I'oreijgn and Doiuetlir
DRY GOODS,
No. 176, Market Strkkt, Wiikkmnq. Va
~~M. REILLY,
Wholesale Dealer in Groceries,
Forrigii and Domestic Winra and Liquors,
No. 181 Wtorsion Market SqcaRk,
maT-ly WHKKL1NG, VA
S. M'CLALI.KN, >. X'rillLKK. JR., C. D. KNOX
M'CLALLENS &. KNOX,
Wholeanle and Retail Dealer* iu nil kiudaof
Boots, Shoes, Leather, &c.,
No. 196, Main street,
Wttmtmi, Va.
W. M. BERRY HILL.
z Cheap Furnishing Warerooms.
151 MAIN ST., WHEELING, VA.
ALL kinds of Furniture, tnclduing CHAIRS, SOF1S,
CLOCKS. LOOKING GLASSES, ?Sc.. ot chelates:
st> les an?l best qualities, kept constantly on hand, at re
diHfil prices. dtyr.
WM7 tTmbeds,
Bookbinder & Blank Rook Manufacturer,
NO. 24?, MONROE STRKET, UP STAIRS.
\\r OULP respectfully inform hisfriendsand the public
?? in general, that he lias bought the establishment
lately known as James M. Kwlng's Bookbindery and blank
book manufactory, and is now ptepared to rul*anJ bind
to o der, blank books of every description, mu^ic, maca
ziues, periodicals,&c.? in a manner not to be surpassed b}
any^UbliKhmcntin the country.
03"Constautly on hand an assortment of Blank Books.
*p27-ly
DOANE & COWGiLL,
Commission (f- Forwarding Merchants
Wheeling, Va.
n^I'EALERS iii Poor, I'orli, Bacon, tnd Produce
etierally.
A^ruts for the sale of Pig Iron. ap23
BUSINESS CARDS.
DRUGGISTS.
A. C. GOOD J- CO.
[ SUCCESSORS TO JA3IK8 BaKKR. ]
WHOLESALE & RETAIL DRUGGISTS,
Corner IMsiiu nud Monroe Mtreeia,
WUEELISG, VA.
AC. GOOD Ac CO., have bought the entire
? stock of Jas. Baker, aiid will coutinue the Drug
bu*in*ss at his old stand.
l)r. Daker having gone into one of the largest houses in
Philadelphia, ha-? kindly agreed to make purcha>rs for his
successors in Wheeling This arrangement wi'I insure
their keeping on hand, Cand oaring on the best to huh,) a
full assortment ol the very best articles iu their line of bus
iness a. C. GOOD ?& Co
Wheeling, Dec.50,185-1. dc21
Wm. J. Armstrong,
DEALER IS
Drugi, Mcdicine*. C'licmicnln, Pateut Died
iclues, Perfumery nud Fnucy
Articles.
KO. 139 MARKET STREET,
BETWEEN MONROE AND CKIOX STHKKTB,
WHKEL'NG. VA.
0C5"Phy8icians Prescriptions filled atal! hours, day or
night. ieiily
SiMi'F.I. LAUGI11.IN. ALKXANDHIt LALU1IL1.N.'
S. B. BL'SHFIE' D.
Latighlins & Bushfield,
fprcrESSORS TO BrSHFlBLD ash uoniNsos.l
WHOLE S ALE D R U G GISTS
ASl> DKAI.KRS IN'
Oils, Faiuts and Dye Stuff3.
HAVING purchased the stock or Bush field & Robin*
sou, wc have and will always keep onhaudsacom
plete supply of
DRUGS, MEDICINES,
Paint*, Oils, Dye Stujjr, Patent Medicines, Varnishes,
Brushes, Perfumery, Glaus and G la* kit ere,
and Varieties usually kept by wholesi e Druggist*. which
we will sell to Dealers, consuineis and country mer
chants ax lotc ami on as facoraUe terms as they can pur*
chase and bang them iroin the eastern cities. ag^T
DRUGS, MEDICINES,
Chemicals, Perfumery, &c., &c.
J If. CRCIfl BACK Kit would announce to his
? fiier.ds and the public generally, that having purchas
ed the interest of the senior partner iu the business lately
conducted under the firm of J. Crumnacker ?fc Son, he
will continue the same at the old stand, No. 175, Main St.,
and would respectfully solicit, aud trusts to meiit&contin
uance oft he patronage so liberally bestowed on tha old firm.
He has just returned from the Eastern cities, and is now
opening an extensive and well selected stock of Drugs and
Chemicals, Perfumery, Fai.cy articles, ?Vc., all of which
were purchased i.rter strict personal inspection and with
scrupulous regard 'o purity or quality, and are now offered
to the public on th* most reasonable terms. lvr.
Immanuel Dorn,
MANCFACTURER of
PURE CIDER VINEGAR,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Oct 1.1 yd 69,Voin?l. CKNTKri WHKE11NG, VA
?_WILLIAM ROBERTSON,
Grocer and dealer in
Ff.OITn, AIV D ALL KI.VDS OP IMtOVI H
iovs, ?:?,<? vi;it a- timotii v su n
NO. 1T2, S. EAST CORNER MAKK3T AKD UNION* *
. WllEEMNO, A.
F. R. ARMSTRONG,
AGEKTitiVD DKAI.KIE I>
REAL ESTATE.
Office corner of Main'and Union streets,
aug07-lyd WHEELING, VA.
S. D. HARPER & SON,
Wholesale and Retail dealer in
HAYS, CAP*, STRAW GOOUS,
MUFFS, FUKS. AND CAKPKT BAGS,
Nq t29 Main st. corner of Union,
WlIRKI.INU, Va.
T. SWEENEY & SON,
(Successors to SwEKNsvn Bell,)
MANUFACTURERS OF
FLINT GLASSWARE,
IMPORTERS AKD DKALKRS IS
China, Ouccn*wnre. Lnmpo, <2irandole?,
XAItf.ECUTIiLKY, Ac.
No. 65, MAIN STREET.
WllRKLINO, Va.
JOHN HOWELL,
DEALER IN
BOOTS, SHOES, &c.,
No. 17 J Mala St.
EDMl'ND UOBB5, TnOH,r" TAYL0R*
HOBBS 8l TAYLOR,
iVIuu ufneturer* of
STEAM ENGINES,
AIVD <? KIVEKAIj .11 AC HI.MMTS,
CORNER MAIN & QU1XCV STS.
Ml LI. RNO'NES, TOBACCO ANUIIOISTINUSCREWS
!*TEaMOO.vT ENOINE3, CRS.-TT AND SAW MILL WORK,
FCRNACEKNGtNE*, ENGINE BOILER*,
Audull IcindH of ITIacIiiucry uinde Co order,
on iliemoHtrcaHoutible terum.
New Books.
Levrlw* American ^porliumu;
Whitney's M itali:c Wealth;
B..iicroU's liist. Uni.cd Stales, 5th volume;
Land oI ihe Saracen, by Bayard Taylor;
Nelly Br.cften; What >otj
Karnum's Autobiography;
Ruth Hall, by Fanny Fern;
May aud December, by .11 rs Hubback,
Fud.e Doings, by Ik Marvel;
You Have Heard ?i Them;
Poeius ot the Orient, by Bayaid Taylor.
For sale by
Jan 1G WILDE & BROTHER.
Saddles, Harness, Trunks, &e.
JER'll B. SHEPPARD would respectfully in
form ntsfttonds and the public, that he has re
_ moved hisestah'ishmeuttoNo. D?l, MainStreet.
corner of Union, where will be found constantly on hand,
'a large aud well selected assoitm* nt of all aiticles in his
liue, consisting of Saddle*, lfri?llc?, llaruewi,
Iron Iranie and Wood box TriiukM, Vali?e?,
Carpet ISagM, Scotch Upper aud Hog skin
CollarM, Hameit, Whip*. Arc.,tvc., Arc.
A?* ol which are manufactured by competent workmen,
ol the be3t materials, and will be sold CHFA P FOR CASH.
Thn?e desiring to purchase are requested to callaudex
amine for themselves at
apl2-yrd. No. 131, Mainst. Wheeling. Va.
J. B. VOWELL,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist,
DEALER IN
DRUGS, PAINT?, OILS, DYKS, PATENT 31KDJCINK8
AND PERFUMERY.
No. 33 Monroe at., Wheeling.
D3"Mai:ufaciuier of Superior Lemon Syiu.-.
my?3
Wtxoiesale and Retail Grocery.
IVo. 2l'j ITInrhel Square.
HAVING purchiked the establishment ol John K. Mor
row, 1 shall always keep on hand a good stock of
Groceries and Flour, and hope to retain the patronage of
his customers aud all new ones whe may favor me.
ocll GKO. K. McMECHEN.
THE undersigned having sold Uss'ock of Groceries,
Ac.,toMr. Heo It. .McMechen, lespectiully recommends
him to his customer* aud the public.
ocll-ly JOHN K MORROW.
R. B. WOODS,
dealer in
House Furnishing and House
keeping Goods,
NO. 31, ilIVMCOK STKEET,
ap!0 11 UHELINn, VA.
EXTKA Family Flour, just received ai.d lor sale by
je!4 1)0.1 NK A COUGIU..
Thompson & Patterson,
DEALER** IN
Books, Stationery, Wall Paper,
and Variety Goods
03"General Depot for the sale ot all the Popular Patent
Medicines, eic. etc., lately sold by 1. II. Patteison ?V Co.,
33 .MomoesL
ap9 IVo. 117 ITIaiu at.
GORDON, MATTHEWS & Co
FORWARDIKG AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Wheeling, Vn.
RESPECTFULLY inform their friends and shippers
generally, that they have teduced I heir charge lor for
waidingpcr I.'altimove ai.d O io Kail road; and are now
chaiging for commission aud drarage on
ITIerchnndine. Went, COc. per ton
Produce, Knut, 40c. do
We hope our attention to the interest of shippers will
secure a continuance of the favor heretofore extended to
us. Shippers will be particular to wave their gooJs mark
ed to our care, and advfce of shipment per mail.
ap30 GORDON, MATTIIKWS A Co.
I. N. KELLER,
DEALER IN
Groceries, Produce, Grain and Feed.
QFIKCY STRKKT, BKTWKKIf KlIX iKD MARKET,
Wheeling, Vn.
iur"?'ASH paid fort em, Oais, Mill Feed, Flaxseed,
Beans, liutiei. Eg.s. <fcc. ai-|3
FRANK CARTER. \VM. R. JOUKTT
CARTER & JOUETT,
? FOI!\VAl(l)IA(i A>\D GliNEKAL
Commission Merchants,
no.23, kast sine third rt., nicr. main and the river,
Louisville. Ky.
. OCS"C'onsignirentsof Nails, Cotton Yarns, and Wheel
ing manufactures, solicited.
RKKER TO?Foisjtns<& Rain, lwll#>Hin_
S. C. H: ker Co.T" beeling myl9;6in
TO FARMERS, &c.
/"I n mbcrln ud( euicnt, calcii.edPlaster,and
Vy Uround Plaster. Orders filled by
?tfl GILL A Co.. Water street
BUSINESS CARDS.
artificial teeth.
DR. s. P. UULLIHEN, DR. J. F. HULLIIlEtf,
. OFFICE So. 131, Fourth ttreet, near the
tfUitub Presbyterian church.
fWfH^3aM?nuractuie Teeth esptes-.sly lor each par
rrr rTy.i.til.r caie. Pull setts of Teeth, or any
I?.tsof sett., made with artificial Uums. TheC.umia
made in one continuous or solid piece?the cost Ut'ie* >uie
tor teeth with or without gums.
Full setts ot teeth made from $75to?lcO a Sell: s frail
setts from $3 to ??"> l'er tooth fe-ltlyrid.
gEXTUN, hEAlj Ar SlVMBlKKliJi.
FANCY DRY GOODS
WHOLESALE.
No. II, Mouth 4lb Street.
' PI1ILA DKI.PHIA.
I. W. Sexton, L. Seal. A. Van Swearincfn.
W. F. PETERSON
Fir Marine, nud I.ife luauranee
AND LAND AGENT.
J> 31. Monroe street. Wheeling. Va.
ISLAND TANNERY.
BEUGEK iV HOFFJIASIS,
Sf ANCFACTURtRS OF
Every description of Leather,
And Dnicn ila Wool nud Hide*,
?Store Boam A*. ML Corner oj Si*rUt Ailrfiout Mum U*tct,
WHEELING, Vi.
tGfShoe Findings of all kinds on hand, and sold at very
moderate terms. ?.?
J. 1'uRTCN.
House. (9isu. nml Ornamental Fniuter.
12S. Main, iettceen Monroe and Utuon *trects,
IWieeling, Va. t .
0C5"*Sisii3, lJanners and Flags, transparent, plain ana
fancy, executed with ueatuessand de patch. Graining Ac.
feb'22-On)
jr&TWTTAYLOR,
Manufacturer. and Bcalcr. in ?*?"*> ol
TOBACCO. SNUFF & CIGARS,
WI10I<CMAI<E At'VU UIJTAlii,
So 168. .Main at., East side, 2 doors below Market Alley,
ir ' Wukklimq, Va. j
"STTTERY,
irholcialc n n d Ketnli
Hat and. Cap Manufacturer,
No. 14(5, Main Strkkt,
Wlieellug. Va.
tor Has on hand the largest and best assortment or llats
and Caps ol all qualities and sizes. Ja"l'
K. CRANGL'- & CO.
WHOLESALK t!K ?KHS,
Forwarding and Commission
HIEKCHA.M.%
Corner Monroe and Maikei streets,
vf ivo.Vn
Wilde & Brother
BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS,
tTrHOLKSALH and Kefail dealers in miscellaneous,
YY medical, theological and school hooks, stationery,
wall paper and window blinds. Wholesale dealers, school
committees, teachers, a ml others supplied at lite lowest
rates at the Bookstore, corner ol Main and Union stieets.
Wheeling. Va. ap3
(jVfi'JtuK, TIN, iV SllKhT USOrt W AU*
Manufactory.
THANKEUL for the liberal palronagG heretofore
v bestowed unon him, the subset ibcr would respectful*
|ly inform his friends and the public generally that le
^=%^continue3 to manufacture the above uanx-d articles m
all their variety, of which he has always on hand, agood as
sortment for wholesale and retail at very low pneeat
He also keeps on hand, cooking stoves or the most ap
proved pattei its for coal and wood.
Job work will continue to receive his particular attention
ud be executed with promptness and in a style that wiU
leaj^the most fastidious. f. fAHNEV. uo.S, Malnst^
CRESCENT IJiON WORKS.
Gill, Hardman & Stephens,
Maitufucturcrs of Boiler, Sheet, df liuilumy Iron.
' WIIKKLISn, VA.
HAVE their Works now in full operation, ai d are pie.
paied so fuinish to the trade, ai tit les of their mauu
factuie e?iual in quality and finish to any in the ma' ket.
Warehouse on liiJdle between -Main and Watei s' ' V?18'
Centre Wheeling. ?epJSttt
John K. Botsford,
Grocery and Provision Slorc,
WATER ST., so. 31,
Jf.7 Wheeling, Va.
ELY DORSJUY & <CO.
GF.NF.IUL
FORWARDING AGENTS,
W1REHOUSE OPPOSITE THE RAILROAD DEPOT,
Wheeling. Va.
OS"All Consignments forwarded with promptness
sep I
ARTIFICIAL^ TEETH !!'.
Drs. Duncan and Cameron,
UEM'ISIS,
No. lt'C West Sixth strkkt, between Rack and Elm,
Cincinnati.
rilHlS ofTice, under the management of its present pro
_L piietors, has bee nincreasing in reputation for supert
or upeiations ii. the Artificial Department or Demist.)
?or the last ten >ears, and no expense or effort shall be
wanting to give satisfaction to all who may la\or it with
li Th ^'subscribers -would call attention to the following
essential points pertaining to Artificial Teeth, viz; l>eau
v and naturalness of appeaiano', quality and si tenet bo
tthe materials, comfort to the weater, and use.ulness in
restoring the natural appearance o the *pcech. and ainli
ty to masti-ate; in all or which they aie wai railed in
saying they ate exceeded by none, and equalled by but
lCW* TEETH
Inserted from one to a full set, with Artificial Gums.?
Full and half i? ts invariably insetted by suction.
All operations in Dentisti y performed In the most bor
ough manner. ^
TERMS:
Considering the supetior character or the work, and
the guatantee giveu, they are the most reasonable ill the
U est.
TWO TEETII OR MORE ON COLD PLATE,
S3 per Tooth.
TWO TKjITII OR MORE O.N SILVER PLATE,
per Tooth
The money refunded if the Teeth do not prove satis
LOT*For the information or those living at a distance,
we would stale that our facilities are duett, that wr can
make in the finest style, a full set ol TEETII in Horn 24
to 4S hours, and small pieces in proportion, so that no de
teution need be apprehended. 4 ?
W. C. DUNCAN, \ nentists
J. G. CAMEKON. ) u?nusl8*
No. V/t West Sixth st. between Kace and Klin,
dcl'J-ly tM cinnati.
Hats and Caps.
\VK Have this day leceivetl one of tiie finest and most
oeautilui assortment^ ot H.iis and Caps, th it we have
ever hud or was ever hi ought to this city; the most fash
ionab e that could be inade in the eastern markets.
It compiises in part the lollowine kinds:
Gents No. 1 Silk moleskin Hats, light and elastic, made
by the bsst hatters East, and in stiict accordance with
ourordeis* Gents line nhiieand black beaver, otter,
seal, Ac.} Know Nothing and Wide A wake Hal<, white
and biack; sort lur and wool hats or eveiy color, quality
and price.
Also?Caps of every description and or the most re
cent styles, such as the Nevada, Know Nothing, Pyra
nese, Pyramid, Canadian, Kus?iau. English, W shing
ton, and Consolidation caps, ai.d ail other kinds In abun
dance, which will be sold tower man goodt of these
kinds were ever offered belore to litis community.
Childiens Hats and Caps <*i Ml kinds just received
rrom the most fashionable houses in New York.
Carpet bags, Furs and Gloves always on hand.
All peisous are most respectfully invited to call and ex
amine our magnificent stock or goods, before purchasing
elsewhere, as we leel confident that we can please th*
most fastidious.
Nothing will be wanting on our part to suit and accom
modate our numerous rations.
A Word to C'ouusi'T Merchant?.
If you wish an j thin; in the way ol Hats and Caps just
give us a call, as we will guaiantee that we will sell you
"oodsas low as they can be got an> where this side ol
Philadelphia, and on the most favorable terms
S. D. HARPER & RON.
Sundries.
4fl boxes Raisins; 15 boxes Oranges;
40 1*1! do do lrt do Lemons;
40 qr do do 1000 new coco nuts;
20 do Malaga Figs; 6 luxes maccaioni;
3 ca?es do 3 do Vern?iclli;
6 trail Dates; 9 do Jujube Paste;
2 cases Liquorice: 2 bags Almonds;
1 do Calabria do 1 do Sicily do
3 do Sardines; 2 do waluuts;
1 bbl paper shell almonds; 6 do Filbeits;
3 ?loz fiesh Peac'ies 3 do Pccan;
2 duz Pine-apples; 30 do/.ass'd Pickles;
1 case Prunes; 10 dot Pepper Sauce.
Just leceived and for sale by
T. E. ASKEW
janTQ Market?t. I door below McLure Houre
KkMUVAL.
FKANZIIEI.M <fc LUTZ have removed their Wholesale
Liquor store from the Sprigg House Buildings, to No.
210, Market Squaie, next to Wm. Hall's Auction Room,
wher they will, as heretofore, alwavs keep on hand a stock
of the best Wines aud Liquors, at the lowest prices.
apo d3m. FltANZHEIM & LUTZ
KEMOVAL.
IOGAN, CARR & C??., have lemoved their stock ol
J wholesale Tobacio, Snuff, and Segars from No. 81
Mainstieet to the new block oi brick bu (dings east side
of Mainstieet, uearly opposite the Merchant*& Farmers
Bank. jan28
AT WHOLESALE OK RETAIL.
JUST received,?a large lot of superior Bira turned
Grindstones.
Also?all sizes very best Marietta sharp grit, for either
wet or dry grinding, which will be hung If desiied on pa
tent friction rollers, at short notice aud at low rates, at
dc20 ROHAN'S marble yard, C6 Marketst
THK highest market price givaufor Hides and Sheep
X 8kiust by
mrt RERGBR A HOFFMAN.
TOBACCO!TOBACCO!!
IN STORK and for sale low?
100 boxes No. 1 5 lb. lump;
100 ' 8 lb and 101b !umn;
100 ' medium 6 lb, 8 lb and 10 lb.
apR LOGAN, CARR A Co:
CITY BUSINESS.
Eagle Forge, Wire &Iron Works
E. C. DEWBY, Pioprletor.
WAREUGUSK, NO, .CO M\1N STREET,
Wheeling. Va.
MA NUFACTU RER ot all sizes Bar and Fancy Iron,
Jt. K. Ax:es; heavy and light Forging* toiler Riv
ets, Wire, &c,
OS-Railioadand Suspension Bridge iron woik made to
order. ' ocll
Wlieeling Savings Institution.
OFFICE,?SO. 19'i, U1AIN MT.
Oftiee open Horn 9 o'clock, a. nu, until3 p. 111. Discount
day?'Thursday, 10 o'clock, a. m.
lts**Money received ou transientdeposite. Interest paid
on special depositee.
J. Cicm backer, Ai.ex. Ro(Iir.?, Ai.ex. Pattoji, A.N.
Johnson, Daniel Steenrod, Jas K Map.jii, Adam Fu ii
BER AND H. K.LlST?DlRECTORS
W. NELSON, Piesidn.
W.M. McCOY, Treasurer. ?ug2!
W. 1IEISKELL. . . A. FETZER. E. B. S WKARINUEN,JR.
HE1SKELL&. CO.,
Dealer* in all kiudsof
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods,
torner of Market and Union streets, three dooisfroia
Wm. S. Wickhuu's Auction Rooms,
^ Whceiiag, Ya.
R. C. K'.LLER. X. W. MILLER
R. G. Miller & Bro.
KlOrME AJVD HIGX PA1XTEBM, GliA
ziera. grniurr* and paper linn^cM,
No. 2G3, Main Street, Wheeling, Va. s.ep I
STEAM MARBLE WORKS,
GG MARKET ST., WHEELING, VA.
THE SUBSCRIBER having made extensive arrange
ments in the East for the supply or Marble, and con
templating the evection or Steam works, he woidd invite
the attention ot Architects, Builders, and the public in gen
era I to the inspection or his stock, consisting ot' Italian,
Egytiau, Sienna, Americauand other Marbles or the finest
qualities, which can be sold lower than any other establish
ment in ihe west.
Dealers would find it to their advantage to inspect his
atock before purchasing elsewhere.
His work is done in the most elaborate style, and he
woutd invite the attention or purchasers to examine his
Btockorstatniry and other carved work, Monuments, Cen
otaphs, Tombs, Head and loot stones, Ac., and Grave yaid
woi k i n every variety; being enabled by his superior facil
ities to supply this work at considerable lower prices than
any other establishment 11? the country.
Please give n.e a call and examine my work.
MICHAEL J. ROHAN,
Marble Mason and Vault Builder.
CF*Also Calcined Plaster, Hydraulic Cement, Plaster
Casts and Models, and Marietta Grind stones, warranted
at the lowest trade prices. 1 y. d.
3,000 Cases.
MrCLALT.ENS & KNOX have moved^their wholesa'e
Root and Shoe ware rooms to the new 4 story brick
building 113 .Main street. *
They have new in store and are receiving daily:
300 CASES mens boots;
150 44 44 brogausj
160 44 boys boots;
GO 4 4 44 brogans;
60 44 youths boots;
23 44 44 biog.uiSji
150 4* women's lace boots;
100 44 44 .'euny Liud Shoes)
75 44 44 slippers;
GO 44 misses lace boots;
5-5 44 44 Jenny Li ud's;
20 44 44 slippers.
Thankful ror the very liberal patronage heretofore ex
extended to the House, they solicit a continuance of the
svme.
Merchants on thei way east are earnestly invited to call
and examine their stock.
mnr, Mnf'T.A I.T.KXS ?<- KNOX.
removal"
J& D. BAYHA have removed to their new and spa
? cio: s brick buildings, 13". Marl el street, where they
manufacture and keep on hand,
TIN AND SHEET IRON WARE,
And keep forsa'e Japan Ware and Houchold Furnishing
Hardware. A sot lie latest styles ot Cooking Stove -, all o*
wliicn tuey willsell Wholesale and Rctailat the the l**v
market prices. Their otd customers and the punlicgr. or
ally are invited to tall and examine their stock. E'fiy
description oral ticlestn tiieir tfi.%. r??n:ptly made toot
ed f fehio-i v
GREAT-BARGAINS!
SECOND FALL STUCK.
nrrircd at
Isaac Prager's Bargain Store.
HAVING returned fromtho East with my Secoiw' *ail
Stock, 1 shall be able to offer to the prf.c goods
that will in cheapness surpass auythingeve .-een.
1 invite, the>elore, all those tlat wisn to puichase to
call ou me, ;>s I am detcrmii-cd to OiTer greater induce
ments than ever, in order to sustain my name for sellii.g
the cheapest goods in town.
Received?another loior those
Cheap Kid Gloves at ? ? ? 25c
do Pu'amettaa at 25c
Bonnet Ribbors at ? ? 5c
do .... 121c
with many other bargains too tedious to mcntiou.
Call early &nd don't mistake the nlaee.
ISAAC PR AG ER, lfuMaiust.
nvlO between Monroe and Union st.
W. &, J. Stewart,
UAXUFACTt.'Rt'.RS OF ALU KIN1>S OF
STOVES, SKATES. t'EOt'GEI IROtVM,
C'UMtin^M for Ti*rn?hiiizr .UiichiucN.
Ac., Ac..
NORTH ICAUT COB. M illKKT s.}r,?R|?. (BRUmK CORNER,}
117IhtllSH, rj.
STEWARTS $ CALDWELL,
ilANL'FACTLRKRS OF
COPPEi;, TIN, AND SHEET IRON WARE,
UPPER END Or MlRKET "ijrAUK,
ap3 lVlirpiing. Va.
COLLINS &. HALL,
Grocery, Feed and Produce Store,
iVo. l9l) market Square, west side.
WHEELING, 1-1
T EEP constantly on hind all kinds or Feed, such as
K
Oats, Corn, Mian, Shorts, Sliip Stuffs etc.. Flour,
Coin Meal, Mutter, Eggs, Poultry, Provisions,and Dried
Fruit or all kinds, logeluei witu a complete assortment
or Family Groceries.
DCs1*Cash pai l lor co 11, oats, Flaxseed, Diied Fruits,
Sheep Skin**. hi?le?. butter. and pntillvy. ;<i 12
Wholesale Paper Warehouse.
MAIN, NEAR QUINCY ST.
LAMBDIN, GILBjJHSON & Co,
[SUCCESS RS TO A ??. KOBIN40N & ( O, AND BASSETT A CO 3
\1" ANUFACTURE end keep constantly on liauds, the
ijjL following Papers, viz:
STRAW wrappinc;,
KL'G WRAPPING,
MANILLA, TEA A NO
CAMII.E TAPER.
DRroaiST. COTTON FACTORY AND HAR DWARE PAPER,
Conner, Riiideis* und Hulle?s' II??aids.
To which they invite the attention of pu<chasers. sepl3
C. H. BROWN,
DEALER IN CLOCKS, WATCHES, JEWEL
KY AND FANCY GOODS,
No. 4, Washington Hall,
IVIouroeMl. Wheeling, Ya.
CLOCKS an J vVatchftararcfuHy repaired. inl2
GEORGE E. WICKHAM,
A UCTIONEER
At\D
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 180 Market Square.
IfA-'llvr Uhruling. Va.
W TALLiXT. II. TALLAKT.
L. a. dklaplain.
TALLANT & DEI.APIjAIN,
F0KWAItl>l*0
AND
Commission Merchants,
A"e 00 Main street aid Ko 12 Monroe mt.
nvS WHEELING.
REMOVALS.
John IT. Thompson has removed bis Bcok Store
to 117 Main stieci? above Mouroe?rboui lately occu
pied by W T. Selby.
I. 11. Patterson his removed his stock or Drug*
Patent Medicines, Ac Ac., to 117 .Main si. ap9
Public Notice.
HAVING discontinued Hie Giocery business hereto
fore kept by mr, on Market street, in the city or
Whec>ing}all peison* indebted to meaie heiebv lequired
to make payment before the 1st day of April, otherwse
i he same will be put in process of collection by suit, with
out respect to i e soiim.
ANDREV MULHREW.
March 13th. ISoo nil, 14
PARTICULAR attention is callfd toa new utTle ol
lever watch, errry part of which is manufactured in
America, which a?e cased in every variety of style, gold
and silver. These watcher are jeweled and all warranted
coi reel 11me-keepers.
For sale by C. P. CROWN,
niyl Washington Hall, Monroe ft.
Co-partnership.
THE undersigned have this day formed a co-partner
ship under the name and style ol S C. Baker 4* Co., am!
5ill continue the Steamboat agency and Iloat -S'tore busi
ness at the old ataud, No. 23 Water street.
S.C. KAKKR,
ai.31 fOIIN LIST
500,000
Ale barrel Stave* and Headings loanted.
I will pay twelve dollars pe. thousand for good white
oak Staves, 34 inches long, 5 inches wide clear of sap,
aud 1| inches on the heart?or.e third to he headings 20
ichesliug, 9 inches wide clear of sap, U inches on the
heart delivered at the wharrorrailroad depot althiscit"
GEO. W. SMITH,
j*n20 IVheelintBrettery.
NOTICE.
AI.Ij persons knowing themselves indebted to Mc
Tiallens & Kr.ox are earnestly tequested to call and selt'e
by cash or note on or before the 1st of January.
Pcrsous having claims against the firm will please p^e
ent them lor liquidation.
dclS McCLALLRNS tV KNOX.
LAKD OIL.
WE base on consignment a few barrels No. 1 Lard
Oil for sale.
apes DOANK rowoii.L.
WHEELING.
No. 1 'Super Phosphate of Lime.' |
VEIISUS "ttBAlVO."
THIS valuable fertilizer lias been used for several years
In England and other parts of Europe, and next to gu
?i o ho'ds the highest tank in popularity and the extent to
which it Is used among Farmers. Its introduction in thU
country by the subscriber has been more recent, but the
progress it has nwde in the estimation of the public has
not been less marked or successful than abroad, altera full
trial af three years investigation o? its merits, in which
time there lias been very niany scrupulous expei intents
made by the most scientific agriculturist* and various
t'tubs, Committees, Ac., side by side PeruvianGuano, as
to its relat-ve value compared with the latter, and in most
instances a preference given to the '-Super Phosphate ot
Lime." Such reporisas leturned will shortly be placed
before the public, which will convey mote information
than the subscriber feels disposed to offer, as the manu
facturer, at the present moment.
Its chemical composition is or that nature to at once af
ford tood and nourishment togtowih of all descriptions,
its basis being crushed orgiound **iSonntrf tl:e efficacy of
which as a manure is already well known and appreciated,
which are decomposed by the addition of one finh their
weight of Sulphuric Acid, to which i-s added a duepropor
tionof Guano and Sulphate o! A mmouia; the lalter is one
hof the most efficient agents in the best Peruvian Guano.?
[Uis easy bandied, being in a pAfeci powder; it will he
[-found suitable to all soils, warranted pure and penuin^,
and when at maturity to be Jound as efficacious as here re
presented.
Pamphlets will be forwarded on application to the sub- |
scriber or to his agents, whose ? aiue> ate as follows:
Messsrs. McGiuder Sons. Richmond, Va.
do Kowlctt, llaiddy Co, Pcteisburg, Va.
do itorutn ?3c McClean, Norfolk, Va.
do 41. M Stewart, Ksq., linltimore, Md.
0. K. DE LITKG,
Agricultural Chemist,
sepOS IVillfamsbtirgh, 1/ing Ia|?iid, N. Y.
New Watch and Jewelry Store.
Room, No. 4, Washington Hall, Monroe St.,
WHEELING, VA
THE subscriber would ca I the attention of the public to I
his well selected stock o' watches, clocks, jewelry,
silver ware, and fancy goods, which he is now opening ? J
His stock is composed in part of gold and silver watches,
keys, guards and chains.
Eve: y description of gold jewelry;
Gold, silver, silver plated and common spectacles;
Pure silver table, tea, dessert, sugar, mustard and salt
spooi>s, and butter knives;
Plated and German siivet forks, spoons, butter knives, |
etc. etc.
Port monnaes, pocket cutlery,scissors;
Vicky fi.nk razors, strops, shavingcream, etc.;
Perfumesy, combs, btuahesaml agieut varcty of fancy
goods;
Particular attention paid to repairing watches, clocks, |
and jewelt y, and engraving handsomely done.
A sliaie of pali ouage is respectfully solicited.
ap6-dtf C. P. BROWS.
C
MUAU.M UKrAKSIl
?lOrtO Gilt cigars;
6000 Priutados cigars;
2000 Apollo do
2000 El Dorado do
3000 Wa>l:ingtou ilonuincnt cigars)
4000 Panetlas do
1100O Havana do
6000 I tela Cruz Principe do
Regalia uo
20 boxes6 lb. lump Tobacco;
32 do Jib. do do
Just received and for sale by
oct3f W.M. LA1JCKLIN.
lU00Ssibwoo,Tw""i
lOoO lbs broom '
100 doz. bed cords and plough tines;
2"? reels hei p and .Manilla bed cord;
10 1 co?toil c othes lines;
60 doz ' trout l ues;
SO coils Hatter Hope:
100 pair Yawl andSkiff Oats;
60 lioat Poles.
HT'Taqiaulins, dray covers, and awnings, on hand and I
made to order at the Cordage Store, corner of Water and |
Union stieets.
mrlO CH.VS. H. KERRY.
Tobaeco and Cigars!
ura LA UCli LIN, No 162 Main street, nas among hit I
H large assortment the foliowiiig articles ?
1G0O Consueltocigars;
I0f>0 La Eloisa *
lOoO Prinsado 4
1000 El Salvttdu *
1000 El Dorado '
2000 La Protection cigars;
1000 Ptunc'.ea 4
1000 Floies Habbana 4
o Boxes twin brothers tobacco;"
6 * Virginia 4
-ap8
Removal.
McCLALLENS A: KNOX have removed their Whole
sale Stock of llooU and Shoes, to the new four storv 1
brick building,
JVo. 1 l:{, H!aiu Street,
A few buildings North ot the Merchants' ?V Mechanics'
bank, on the opposite side of the street, and 2 doors South
of Win. T. Selby's dry good store.
Thankful for the pat rorage hereto'ore extended to the
House, they arc confident that with thei* increased facili
ties lor doing business, they can offer to merchants still
greatei inducements foi buying than lieretofoie.
dc2S MrCL.t LLU'NS iV KNOX
I^otice
rPIIE undersigned, having bought out the entire stock ot
_L ( oods belonging to Messrs. Wheeler 4* Lakin, Mer
chant lailois, would bcgcaveto inlorui the citizens oi
Wheeling and vicinity that he intends carrying on the
Merchant Tailoring business in the same room lormerly
occupied by Mess is. V\ heeler & L*kiu, and having ob
tained the services of both oi the former propric *?is, he
isprerated to nuke up to oi der every article in h.d line,
in the latent style and best manner, at very short u ?tice,
and very low foi ca h. Having a large stock on hand now
he is determined to sell very low, to reduce his stork and
make room for the Spring Goods. Now is a laic chance
to get good cfot hi ng cheap. He will war taut every article
to be as leconmiemled, or no sale.
Come one, come all,
And ? i ve us a call,
At No.2, Washington Hall.
fan!2 J. H. STALI.MAN.
.Daguerreotypes.
MESSKS. MKA.MLH & TUKTO.N, having taken the ]
Rooms lormerly occupied by Mr L. Tarbellasa Da
gucrreau Gal cry. corner or Main and Kiddle stieeis, Ceu
trc \\ heeling, beg leave to solicit a shate of patrouuge
front his li ientls and the public at iarge.
They make it a rule not to let any pictures go out hut
wiu-.t are satislactoi j, and w. 11 executed.
Gold and Silver plating executed neatly
E5~<'rdeis Icit here for sign painting will be attended to I
by J. Tuitoi. dc Pi other. mil.'I-3m
HIGHLY IMPORTANT.
"VTELSON'S Premium Chinese Lustral Washing Fluid,
J. 1 the zieatcst Improvement yet discovered, for saving
labor end expense ill washing Clothing and Hou'?e Clean
ing. Linens and Cottons washed by this Fluid will be
whiter and sofrcr ihnn than it bleached on the grass.?
Warraki kd not to iujure th- fabric. Fvery lady may
satisfy herself on that point, by soaking a piece of Lotion
or Lineniu the Fluid, full strength, toi 2-1 hours which
will clearly show that it must he puiely harmless, when
diluted with 2 gallons ot water to ha't a pint of fluid.
TheChinese washing Fluid is worth three tunes the
single sixpence which will buy enough lor a large family
washing, which can be done in 5or3 hours.
Manulactured and sold by the subscriber, who hasl&tn
ly puichased the light for Ohio'-ounyt, Va.
JAS. M ELLOR.
Aupfl No. 20, Union St.. \Vheelir.?, Va.
BACHhLUKS^
Instantaneous LitjuiU Hair Dye.
I'O those wishing a hair dye that maybe depended up
. on, we can cheer fully i ecommend the above. The best
otcity re'eience can be given as to its superiority ovei
cveiythingof the kind now iu use. For sale, wholesale
and retail, by T. H. LOGAN & Co.,
mar31 Sole ae*nts inthiscity.
LITHOGRAPHY cf- ENGRAVING. \
Middleton, Wallace & Co.
AO. IIS trALNVT.STHEtl
CINCINNATI.
MAPS, BONDS, CERTIFICATES, VIEV'fi,
PORTRAITS, CARDS, &c.
EKOVAVKD AXD hHINTED IX THE VEST ST\'LE I
A \U OA" J. HOUT XOT1CE.
O^Orders lespcctfully solicited _jm
N. B. 160 Steel Plates on hand for Magaziues, Do^ks,
&c.t impiessions ft om which we will supply ou
i easona ble tei ins. sepld
JUST RECEIVED BY EXPRESS
AFU LL supply of Gents Furnishing Goods, lor Spriug
ami Suuimer wear by
J. II. STALLMAN,
opl7 No2 Washington Hall.
KrEP YOURSELF WARM!
Just received by Express!!
AXOT1IKR I.it of 1 hose Rue tneriuo Shirts ami Draw
ers, lor sale very low at^'o. 2, Washington Hall, by ?
dell J. 11. STALL.M \N.
YOUTH'S AND CHILDREN'S CAPS.
SUPKK silk Plush, cloth, and embroidered caps a large
and lull'assoitiueut. S. A VERY,
ni?lO yoal lfiomi |-t8 Main ?t.
Aew and JUesirable Goods.
Come on While you Have a Chance!
BO.\NET RIBBONS.
JUST received, and anew lot or bonnet ribbons, of
Ip.idsome stjles and scarce colors, at
my 17 W. D. MGTTR + BRO.'S.
CHILDREN'S HATS.
ACU01CF. vaiieiy ol childteu's Fancy Hat?,?just
opened at
uiyl7 W. I). MOTTR & BRO.'S
LAWNS.
inn PIECES Portsmouth and Pacific printed Lawns,
lUv lastcolois. to sell at 12| ceuts.
A L S OA choice as ortroenL o( Fiench and Scotch
Lawns iu new designs, ree'd to day at
niy!7 * W. D 3IOTTE & BRO'8
SUMMER DRESS GOODS.
A SEW lot of berapes. Tissues, Twisted Silks and
other thin Diess Goody, iec*d at
niy!7 W. 1). MOTTF. A BRO.'S
BONNET KIBHONS!.
A LARGE lot of rich Sew Stj le Fall bouneL Ribbons,
iu*t oi ened by
agS8 11E1SKELL A Co.
Til 12 Oi! of Grape\lne, "that aupeiior aiiicie lor the
hair, j??st ree'd by J. B. VOWKLL,
1 33 .Monroe st.
: A GKEAT VICTORY OVEH A 1,1, LINIMENTS
J. B. VONDERSMITH'S
Chang FItu,
OK,
rn,?. Chinese Liniment.
r can ZZlZS;ZV:Ua" ?* m*?," 'J "'?Ameri
lilipsissirl
mm^Mi is??
Jtlltsoi-curiin' t f?i 1= ,lu""' disease* and iicci
cameras- ???&?
t.\ke n vricE.
Lifum?ia?niVu? ?,'ff"0"S *'8 maJ- ">"? H?c ordinary
wmmm
ipm
try lor yourself. 5UU n"d but ?1"'" ?"e boltlc ?'-J
Mr. /. 71. l*?j,r?,nw Zi?WVIlI.lt. Omo.
rt.eun'SSri.',"^/T !MrS wUh
my bed without difficulty it i,as b^en ? h* ,?,Ect1ou' ?r
jusl try it ,?r you. sex a,!j j^^VESlS.*"
-Mk?. .M. COUnlfiK.
Wholesale and Retail otitic.
I1IV-I. ???????* & "ATTKRSOK,
'1 in .Main street.
Use the Magic Impression
writes enuall? as we! as SJ1Li ml,arPened h puinl
For drawi.i, Ku",' Ism ?,'j?l e* P0","',"'' "'.lirse.
art of 111auSla.nJP.E. S "? J"d"'1'tl,c
siiislissi
?ai. vexj and i.:decd ?p more frwm lho
could nut lie produced Untcful 1'ieaeiit 101 a lady
-v'o?>'f-Ss: p^tV,r.Xi^,,c,il?rth?ib" ?.?
2?Ml'l Tl"1 i
or four conies of n leller u-titinn k likewise, one
any additional labor whatever, m'afciiJu tEfi?'1,1''"'!
iuu?l convenient article extant li iJ L.i , 1 . aml
age by ,e|.o.tc,s ol tl.em'bic ml ,* adva"'
and Jjosik of offices P*e&a, le.e^iaph operaloisi
h-.ch package contains four d.fTetent color*? 1,
c.s""'iuliSf .TaM^nsof"he wor?!? Kir?'CM
I he abovo pi ices Address. rost.pa'd '?cei"inuol
-V 1'UliUlil,!,, 1C7 Hrojd'way. New York.
I, , OPINIONS OK .TUB PRESS.
deu-wniercLnr"11 ,iJucc *if 10
I ourier. taste and iclmenieiit.?Journal &
, dissolution*. 'u^
mutual consent. u" u,{? ?? J
Maicti 1st, 1854. ^ J'hZ"?j$;H1lUw
. .CO-PARTNERSHIP.
wa,ding business, underlie sivh? iVr',n,|S*,0Via 11,1 "?r
*Co?...d solicitaconti,^
J.. S. GORDON,
J NO. M. MATTHEWS,
! March 2st, IKH. J-^U. L. AGNEW.
| ? _ n r4
I Ambrotypcs
T"firu??^b%;|,?S?a,?,,|?e !??*"' ? ?ew style of
?^^^;.slKl;1:^'*t^e,;:i{,;e v"iM s,a,?.
be&uli ul and lii.ihful ever Piodueed hr11?'pi1'*# "IOf,t
Hchn<^iul^oneIswond"riul'd*lT\!?y d"''1 ^^'^e'.al'd
TTxiew' ?MruA^L?r!2^^
structible cement hv whirl.*?! 1 ; ^ u,c^ with ail Inde
???l bMlliancFfor it wiuiSf !''C W,.U ,.C,ain itKO,iS
lie injured by'ualcr or clim.itc ' 'J iclds '?" ?
1 li^ relief *islM^'ienecta!t,C|ite,U,t Cecn'? ^ *PPI'ecla(ed
- - ?' ' ^ *? C. P.4KIKI IICK.
Fall Fashion for Hats.
HHHE subscriber is now prepared to furnish his numer
X ouspatrons 'and ail the rest ol mankind,' with splen
did hats o! the
LATEST AKD MOST APPROVED STYLES,
which Tor endurance, beauty of form and finish, cannot be
surpassed, and wh?n shaped to tlie head by our coiilor ma*
live, fit with pertcctease.
ALSO, teceivinga 'argeassortment of men's, youths and
childien's Soft llats, comprising black, napped, plain,
Son lut_? ventiou, Ingraham, Your.? America,etc., togeth
er with a fine assortment of men's, yuuihs'and chiidien's
Caps, all o! which are offcicd at lowest juices, wholesale
and retail.
sepl 1 W. W. J I.MESON.
Shooters! Shooters!!
Leonard ? Tntcul Revolving ftlnmuirr
lMnlol ! ! ?
THIS pistol, for simplicity of construction, facility of
loading and caj pn g, rapidity of discharging, power and
correc'ness. convei.ier.ce. o: carrying, and in exemption
from liability to accidental disclaiming, claims a superi
ority o\er all othe>s now manulactuied.
A small lot just received and lor sale at the cheap Jew
elry Store ol C. P BKOWK,
myl No. 4 Washington Hall.
House Furnishing Btore.
IIlAY E just opened, at No. 31 Mom oe street, a new
stock of Housekeeping Articles, consisting of Table
Cutlery, Silver fluted Albata and iiritaunia waie. Plan
ished, Japanned and Plain Tin ware; Waiters of different
?Y}lesand various patterns, ornamental and plain Fan
-y and plain wiltow ware, finishes, Feather Dusters and
Fly brushes, wooden ware, Family Haidwaie, JJathing
apparatus and Kitchen warecoutpleie.
apIO R. H. WOO PS.
J. M. LJ&Jfi,
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL
R O OK KKM.KK
CORNER OF \V*TfcR iKP UNION 8T8., WIlKCLINn, V*.
KKKP.s constantly on hand a variety of books, among
which may be found the woaksol all the leading wri
ters of the times, such as Jaiucs, l.ulwer, sue, Eliza E.
Uupay. lien licit, Arthur, Lippard, Dumas, and Lever.-?
Miny of his work?: are bound, in good style, with backs
He also keep* au Exchange Libr. ry. He.sons puichas
iug books may return them alter reading iliem, Tor which
he will pay the lollowing prices: for 50c books 40 cts; 25c
books-JOt, for SI books 80 cents. nih?'.':1 y
Spring Stock.
JHAvrjust opening a verj large and well selected stock
?nddlrrallnrdwnre mid Conch Trimming*
to whic . 1 invite ihe attention of niv customers auu all
persons using goods ??r this kind.
Old Stand, 153 Main street.
myV JOHN KNOTE.
To Farmers.
TFIF. subscriber will ship wheat to the eastern market
Tor fam e iv, charging but a small pr*i rent, therefor. His
acquaintance is such ax to secure the highest prices, and
bv this arrangement lanueiscaii iiaveall the benefits ol
the casteri; market. 1. N. KELLER,
ju27 Qui lie y st icet
Dissolution of (Jo-Partnership.
'IMIE co partnership heretofore existing between the
J. undersigned in the livery business, is this day din.
solved by mutual cons~nt. Persons having claims against
the firm will present them for settlement Immediately.?
Also, thoso indebted wiil please nake payment immedi
ately. JAMES M. I'.ULhKU.
DAMKL II. lA1)Y.
Wheeling. June 1,1655. jetC
2HO lbn. peilectly pure Irrouml Peppci;
50 do do Allspcej
05 do tlo cinnamon;
31 do do clove*!
20 duz boxes pure pul\eri?ed imixtard;
10 C lb cans do do
For sale, wholesale and retail, by
ALEX. TURKISH!
oc24 Melodeon buildings. Main street..
spMETHhNG PHETTY. .
ANEW lot of calorcd stiaw bonnets, of r.cw designs
jus received by
rto W. T>. MOTTE <*? HO.
EASTERN BUSINESS.
R. M. TOMMN J. H. Tt*MfclW.
TOMLIN &. SON,
Grocers and Commission Merchants.
n < AMTKN 8TRKKT, HKTWKKN HOWARD aKDHHARP,
BALTIMORE.
STRICT attention is paid lothe Inspection and Role o!
Leaf Tohacoo, Grain, Flour* Fruit, Macor., Laid, But
lei nml Kggs.
tnrCash advances made upon consignments.
RKFKR no?
JnhnS.GlltliifS, Ksq. Pres't.Clies. Rank* Messrs. Me*
? edith Spencer A: Co.; Lumber I GiUiugs, Ksq.; Meters.
Keiauver ?v Campbell; Col. J.C. Niudej Luther WiI.son,
Ksq. jel9:dlf
CHESTER & CO.
FORWARDING AN1) SHIPPING
MERCHANTS.
*"""""93, WEST STRKKT CORNIER OF CP.DAR ST.
NlilV YOIIK.
ClONSlGNiM KNTS ror re bhipment solicited, and good <
J forwuided 10 all paits of Ihj world with the utmost
promptness
Agents or the
New Vurk, JRnllimorennd lVbreling Mne,
ror-the transpoi tatiou io the Volley.ol the Ohio and Mis
sissippi, via i alltniore and Ohio Railroad. .
Ho vug a chain oi well known n*entt^1h?t>dfctoblit the
line, we ate prepared to give through receipta, for time
and price.
ICS* Western merchants are Solicited to call at the New
York Agei cy upon the subscribers, lefo.e making'their
contiacts elsewheie.
CHKSTKR A- CO ,
ag2P:ly 93 West st.# New York.
Jamea P. Perot & Brother.
FLOUR AND GRAIN FACTORS,
41 north wjMirass,
Philadelphia, P*.
D5"Bcfrr to ??
FORSYTH & HOPKINS,
WM. T. SKLBY,
HKI8KKLL & Co.,
WM. A/rCOY?
nor!8;lyd J. K. MI I.I.BR & To.
D3"(ioRj)on, Matthews <t Co., will make advances on
consignments.
'a o Weatern und KaallieiH Merrhaati
Sexton, Seal & Swearingen.
imi'i.ktkiik ai;d jomiKUfi of
FANCY DRY GOODS.
102 Market m.. above 4th street,
1'Hi LAI) k'LtHlA.
J. W. Sexton, L. Seal, A. Van S?'earingen.
OFFKR to purchasers, the largest assortment or taucj
Dry Goods in the city. It comprises in part or j
Hosiery of ail kinds and qualities.
Gloves, Undershirts, Dress Shirts and Collars.
Woollen yarns or different shades aud colors. ??
A fine assortment or Shell Combs.
ao do da Buffalo and Imitation Combs.
Brushes of all de&ciiptions.
Dress and Tailors Trimmings orall kinds.^J
Burnetts, six cord col'd Spool Cotton.
Per turnery of all kinds.
A s well as a gi eat many styles or goods or our own linpo r
Latum, which we cannot here mention, and which are wel 1
worthy the attention or hyers. Wc feel we can make it to
thelrimerest to give us atrial. sept8
Pendleton & Brother. ~
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
IT*OK the sale of Leaf Tobarco, Flour, and Produce gen*
; erally.
I'M Smith's Wharft and Drpot, 306 Pratt it.
Baltluaorr
RF.FKR TO?
Hugh Jenkins 4- Co.
F W. B rune A Sous, I
Long A: Byrn, and >BalU?uoie
The cashiers or any or the )
Baltimore bnnks. j
D. I.aii'b, Ksq. '"ash. N W IJ'k Ya "1
S. Brady, ? 4 MAM Hants
Tallant A: Delaplain, f "
Wheeling
Jas. If. Baker.' j
Jas. McCully, Pittsburgh|
Rhodes A* Ogilbay. Bridgepoi t ,0.
Gieeu As Dorsey, Powiiattau tl. O.
Michael Dorse.y, Captina Mills, \ ,, ,inoiltfo 0
Al?!E Armstrong, Armstrong'sdo J n?""0"1?- ?
Jacob G. Grove, St. Clair*viUe,0,
Peter Mepager, Gallipolis, O.
A\ I. McCoy At Urn's, Slstersvllle, Ya.
Tweed, Silcly Ar Wright, ")
Josrpb C liutler A: Co. >Clncinuall, O.
John Creigh. I
Geo Green, Jun., 1
Gordon Ar Co., ? , oul.vi?c
C. McMoran, >i.ouis\iue.
Kami. S. Preston A Co. J
jan28?lyd
ALEX. TURivER,
G R 0 C Ell
? AND ?
DF.AI.r.t! 1\ ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE.
.MKIAJUKON RUILUINUS, MAIN ST.,
oc>'l Wheel in g, Vn.
Catholic Book titore.
HMIK mi -lersigucd, who is agent tor "Brotynson's Re
JL view," ('Metropolitan,** '?Boston Pilot," "Pitts
burs Cat?.ollc" and "Ameiican Colt;" has also for sa'e,
The History of Maryland, by McSherry; Protostantism
aud Catholicity Compared, by Kalmes; Trials or a Miud,
by Or. Ives; 1 niloductiou to the Kacred Scriptuier, by
Rev. Jos Dixon D. I>., Moore's Poetical Works, com
plete; English, German, Fiench, Latin aud Greek Bibles;
and k reps constantly on hands good supply ot Catholio
woi ks, and every kind of stationer; and varieties. I.et
all who are loveitol liter, tuiecall and see my tine stock,
on Pout ih st between Monroe and Union.
PhTICR LBCHBR.
TI.e undersigned lias a large lot of French Lithographs,
which lie wili sell cheap lor cash, and very low by the
lisusand. ocIft PKTER LKCHKR.
S. D. HARPER & SON,
WHOLESALE & It ETA IL
USALEnS IN
Hats and Caps,
HAVKoii band aud are now receiving a general as* oit ?
inent of silk, beaver and Russian hats; also Soil
haiKOi eveiycolor, shape aud quality.
They have teceived Uielatesi Fail Fashions from New
Voile, aud arc now piepared to furnish gentlemen wiHi
hats of eve? y desci iption and quality.
'1 hey also keep on hand an assortmeut or plain and fan
cy Fur, Plush and cloth caps, ror men aud boya, all or
which they otTer to their customers on the most pleasing
terms A Holders trom country luercbanta and dealo:s
promptly attended to.
Thankiul for the liberal patronage heretofore received,
they solicit a shaie ot public favor, which they are de
termined to deserve, by attention and personal applica.
tion to business aud cheap and favorable tulesof opera
t ion. . sp2fi
1*N V IS LuPJCS -250 in buff;
li 100 m white}
100 m Embossed,
Fancy and Gill Envelopes;
Hankers Cafe ex and ineniuiauda book*;
Pattern Paper, lor Tailors and A rchitecta.
For sa'e low by
LAM Bl)IN, GlL?iRH80N &_Co.
? The Last Chance.
HKAVY brown and green pressed Flannels, of Mc
Kec iV Robertson's make. Also?Persian cloth*,,
red, white and Plaid Flannels, cassimeres, 8atiu?l?* etc
tbe iast o! their Goods, as they have quit jntnuftcUdnc
or3 W. II MOTTB AHRD$. ?
*'Lir.ft there a man uith so It tie thmugh
Who never to hit ici/e lath Maid?"
MY dear, w hy don't you .go to W. D MOTTE 6c
i;KO.'S Ury Goods store and get youraelf snd tbe
cmidren a supply ol new Dres*es, bonnets and other
i s' lor the Fall which is now here, and the winter that's
app?caching. ocl3
Book-Keeping.
Dl'FF'S North Ameilcau Accouutaut, parti si |
do do do ^artSdi
Complete eetts or blanks for the same,
Puff's Calculations, etc. etc.
students in bookkeeping will Fiud the above a useful
tourse of study lor their advancement.
Just rrceived and lot sale by
_*p29 WILPK As BRO.
WOOL HATS. ~
1 OA DOZEN wool lists for sale cheap st 5os. 146 and
1UU i4S .Maui st f Wheeling, Vs.
ocl? b A VERY.
| j.iL't I.MUiih Au. 1 Ueiiuigs, slew bsrrels )u stoio
_L> and tor sale low by
splfi M HEILLY
KLDORADO TOBACCO.
stvrs Eldorado Natural Leaf Tobacco, very supeii
UVJ or, lor hale by
apC LOGAN, CARK dg Co.
EIGHTEEN MONTHS
HA VE expired since 1 concluded loclose my Dry Good
business; and having many persons still indebted to
me, I hope they do not want longer time to pay lor (foods
that should have been paid for lone since.
Don't be ashamed, but come along and get s receipt! r
full. TH. JOHNSTON, Jr.,
mr6 warehouse of Sweeuey, Johnston dr Co.
Bells! Bells!1.
M ENEELY'S celebrated Church, Factory, Steamboat,
.locomotive, Plantation, School House and Otliet
hells, sold by
JAR. M. JULLON. Agenl,
lylWf-SOp L Whksi.iww, Va.
ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE.
ALL personsindobte*! to Wheeler & LaJdn, bybook
account or otherwise, a<e hereby notified th*t pay*
inent must be made to me forthwith, they having sssigne J
the same to me lor tbe beuefit of their creditors.
Itolg J. II. PKN1X KTON, Trustee
LYON'S KATHAIRON.
CI ,\ liOZEN Lyon's Katbs'ion, just received and for
sale by THOMPSON <V PATTKK.sON,
Ie7 117 Main st
NEW GOODS BY EXPRESS.
1/1 I'lIiCIiW Uwns, In handsome styles;
Ivi l do haircioili Skirting}
i i'o b ack Net, for mautJesi
o do black Guipure Lsce;
3 do black isrusscls do
Ju7 H KI SHELL * Co;
shirtings and Irish Linen.
WE have on hand all the best makes of bleached shirt'
ingKnnd Irish Lineus4hat are sold in this countiy, and
at the lowest pi ices.
oc3 W. 1). MOTTB & BRO.
PVR* Cider Vinegar?60~baireis, warranted pure, In
store and for ssie by
spl? M. RF.iLLf,

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